Driver leads police on chase through downtown Indianapolis


Photo from scene on April 2, 2019

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A police chase through the heart of Indianapolis ended with a man in custody.

According to an officer at the scene, it began in the White Castle parking lot at the corner of Illinois Street and South Street.

Photo from scene on April 2, 2019

Police say the driver was sitting in his car in the parking lot. An officer pulled up behind the driver to see what he was doing.

The driver then backed into the police cruiser and drove away.

He led police on a chase up to Monument Circle before getting back onto Pennsylvania Street and heading south.

Officers say they repeatedly asked him to stop and pull over, but the driver continued.

They also say he never drove over 25 miles an hour, he stopped at red lights, and he used turn signals.

After turning back onto South Street, one IMPD officer used a pit maneuver to turn the car and end the chase.

Photo from scene on April 2, 2019

Officers say they took the driver into custody without incident or injuries.

They also found alcohol in the car and suspect he may have been intoxicated.


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